REAL ESTATE

Stella McCartney to debut in SoHo with new store

BY CSA STAFF

New York City — Cushman & Wakefield announced that Stella McCartney, the fashion and accessories retailer and daughter of Paul McCartney, will open a new store at 112 Greene Street between Prince and Spring Streets, in the SoHo area of Manhattan.

The opening is planned for the fall.

Stella McCartney will occupy approximately 5,200 total sq. ft. between the ground floor and lower level in a 10-year lease.

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Sugar and Plumm to open on Upper West Side

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New York City — SRS Real Estate Partners said that “Sugar and Plumm Purveyors of Yumm” has leased 4,206 sq. ft. at the northeast corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 78th Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

The retail and food concept features artisan desserts, candy and more, with the interiors designed by Rockwell Group.

Sugar and Plumm will open its first location this summer at Bergen Town Center in Paramus, N.J.

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Walmart Express set to open

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New York City — Wal-Mart will debut its Walmart Express format on June 8, in Gentry, Ark. The 15,000-sq-.ft.-store will sell many of the product categories that a traditional Walmart carries, from general merchandise to consumables. There is also a pharmacy. But it will have from 11,000 to 13,000 items, compared with the more than 100,000 items found in a typical supercenter.

A second Walmart Express is due to open next week, in Prairie Grove, Ark. It plans to open about 15 to 20 Walmart Express locations this year. The new format is aimed at rural and urban areas without nearby grocery stores.

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